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Inhaltsangabe: "David Black is clearly on a roll, as these climactic sculptures suggest. They are remarkable for their sense of elation-a novelty in public space-and dynamics, which makes them and exciting environment unto themselves, even as they anchor the environment they inhabit, humanizing it in the process...Black describes his scuptures as 'pavilions,' proto-architecture,' creating 'a strong, new core for an area,' be it a park or a plaza, any open 'extra' anonymous space, 'a space left over.' Black's sculptue transforms this indifferent public space into a peculiarly personal place: a public place with a private dimension."-Dr. Donald Kuspit, art critic, author, editor, professor of art history and philosophy, SUNY, Stony Brook. "David Black's work always had a spiritual quality, and one that I'd best describe as abidingly transcendent. His sculpture is transcendent in the same way that good music can be transcendent, not in the religious sense of being parochial."-Robert A. Malone, writer, former dean, The Pratt Institute
About the Author: Donald Kuspit, a winner of the prestigious Frank Jewett Mather Award for Distinction in Art Criticism given by the College Art Association, is one of America's most distinguished art critics. He is a contributing editor to Artforum, New Art Examiner, Sculpture, and Tema Celeste magazines, as well as editor of Art Criticism. At the State University of New York, Stony Brook, Dr. Kuspit is professor of art history and philosophy. He has been the A.D. White professor at large at Cornell University and has received fellowships from the Fort Foundation, Fullbright commission, the Guggenheim Foundation, and the National Endowment for the Humanities. He holds honorary degrees from Davidson College, the San Francisco Institute of Arts, and the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. Donald Kuspit is the editor and author of many books and articles, including the recent The Rebirth of Painting in the Late 20th Century, Psychostrategies of Avant-Garde Art, and The End of Art.
Buchbeschreibung Hong Kong : Design Media, 2013. Buchzustand: Gut. 160 S. Ecke bestoßen, sonst gut. - Remarkable for their sense of elation.a novelty in public space, and dynamics, which makes them an exciting environment unto themselves, Black's sculptures anchor the environment they inhabit, humanizing it in the process. They are at once intimate and transcendent, rising above their settings, even as they form a high tech hortus conclusus within it. ISBN 9789881566492 Wir versenden am Tag der Bestellung von Montag bis Freitag. Sprache: Englisch Gewicht in Gramm: 550 Mit zahlr. farb. Abb. Originalbroschur. Artikel-Nr. 1071712